Friday, June 17, 2011
Does the United States have an epidemic caused by Cougar infestation?
Does the United States have an epidemic caused by Cougar infestation? We all know that some teachers have generated some poor publicity. LINK. Now another teacher may be in trouble.
Anne Lynn Montgomery used to be a Texas dance teacher. She recently was charged with two counts of second-degree felonies- sexual assault of a child under age 17 and having an improper relationship between an educator and a student. Her defense is apparently love since she has bore him two children.
Montgomery, 35, faces a maximum of 20 years in prison if convicted. This dancing instructor's relationship with the victim (presumed to be Bradman Moore) allegedly began at a high school in Houston four years ago. The young man was apparently in the marching band. The relationship was apparently never brought to the public attention until Montgomery sought a protective order against Moore because of alleged physical abuse and threats. Moore not only refuted the grounds for the protective order, he provided ammunition for the prosecution of his lover and former educator. According o Moore, he and Montgomery ended up transferring to another Houston high school. They eventually moved in together. Their first child was born in March 2008. A second child was born in August of 2009. In the mean time, Montgomery stopped teaching in January of 2009.
The couple is now spit up. Moore is now 20. He alleges the breakup was caused by her allegedly sleeping with other students. Source: LINK. But teachers are apparently not the only cougars preying on our young lean teens. For example, Tressie Hayes, 35, is a former therapist with the Prestera Center in Danville, WV. She is charged with providing drugs to and having sex with teenage boys that were her patients while she worked at the Boone County facility. LINK.
Or consider Christine Hubbs of California. This 42 year old wife of a dentist pleaded no contest to four felony counts for having sex with two underage boys — one being her daughter’s boyfriend. Video Games for Sex?
In New York, State Police arrested 38-year-old Diana O'Lena for allegedly engaging in oral sex with a male child under the age of 13. Seems like most of these women get caught after their victims are heard to be bragging to their friends.
Normally, the story of these women would cast a nasty shadow on the female persuasion. However, you can always count on a man to outdo the women in the category of stupidity. Today's top clown in is four-term Republican state senator from Idaho, John Mcgee. Mcgee was arrested June 19, 2011 on charges of grand theft and for driving under the influence. KTVB-TV. According to Sgt. Carlos De Leon, McGee began drinking at a Boise golf course at Saturday night. McGee left the clubhouse just before 3 a.m. There was a Ford Excursion with the keys inside and a 20-foot travel trailer attached near the Muir Woods Subdivision in Boise. McGee drove apparently entered the Excursion and drove off. He apparently tried to turn the vehicle and trailer around but jack-knifed in the driveway.The senator was found asleep in the SUV. Two young constituents (kids) inside the house called the police. McGee's blood alcohol level was reportedly .15. The 38 year-old McGee represents 50,000 people in District 10. He was the 2006 Idaho State Republican Legislator of the Year and the chairman of the Regional Substance Abuse Authority Legislative Committee! Perhaps he was merely conducting a field study.
Update 6-21-11: Women continue to dominate in the bad news department. Janet Chiauzzi, a New York. mom, was arrested and charged with stalking, falsely reporting an incident, endangering the welfare of a child and aggravated harassment. The charges arise out of allegations that Janet made threats all because her son did not make a summer baseball travel team. "Today" reports. She allegedly even sent threatening letters and claimed child abuse by someone affiliated with the team . Allegations against the Little league official were apparently investigated and dismissed. Moral of the story: powerful women take playing ball with young boys very seriously.
Keep in mind all suspects and defendants are innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.